"It doesn’t matter how many X-chromosomes you carry in your body. Believe in yourself and be ready to achieve that eXXtra mile! (pun intended)"
Gayathri - Airbus ‘Intrapreneur’ (Internal Entrepreneur), Airbus BizLab, India
"Never take knowledge, skill and competences for granted. For me it always made a big difference to have a “can do” attitude combined with a clear goal, team work beyond siglums, respect for everyone regardless the position, and passion for what I do. Being a woman is linked to a big load of social and family responsibilities. Considering that there are still only a few women in top level executive positions it remains important to fight against stereotypes and to strive for real equality everywhere in the world."
-Maria, VP LPT/PDT Rear Fuselage & Empennage for A350
One quote from Gandhi really inspires me every day:” Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”
Helene, International Cooperation Manager, France
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Who could give a better career advice than our employees?
"It is essential for success to challenge yourself every day. But be smart with your energy and focus on your priorities." – Beatriz, Risk & Opportunity Manager, Spain
The key to success? Never give up to work towards your dreams: “We can do it, there is always a way! You get out of life what you put into it!” –Jacqueline Castle, Head of A350 Landing Gear
“Since I was a child, I always dreamed of being a military pilot.
Yes, it’s a male dominated environment, but the key to success is to be yourself & no one can undermine the fact that you’re a woman." -Female Eurofighter pilot in Italian Air Force
Airbus’ employee and para-triathlete champion Andy Lewis is an inspiration on and off the field. Like his story shows, we believe in building a more inclusive and equitable world for persons with disabilities: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQABX
We celebrate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities with pilot and motivational speaker Jessica Cox. She travels the world encouraging people to eliminate the words "I can’t" form their vocabulary. Read her story: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQAdx
Did you know? Only 9% of engineers in the UK are women.
We are convinced #9percentisnotenough! Today, we sponsored the panel debate at the WISE Conference in London, opening up opportunities for women in engineering & science. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIZSa